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This increases to fire resistance 10 at 3rd level, increases to fire resistance 30 at 6th level, and becomes immunity to fire at 9th level. As a swift action , a crimson templar can manifest a set of five burning wings from his back to gain a fly speed of 40 feet average maneuverability for a number of minutes equal to his crimson templar level. He can dismiss these wings as a move action , but any remaining duration is lost. While the crimson templar has these wings, and for a number of minutes equal to the number of minutes the crimson templar had wings after the duration ends or the wings are dismissed, the crimson templar does not have the fire resistance or immunity granted by shield of wings.
At 2nd level, a crimson templar can use a bastard sword to deliver a coup de grace to a helpless opponent as a standard action. This ability is like the rogue ability of the same name. The extra damage dealt is 1d6 at 2nd level and increases by 1d6 every 3 levels thereafter. If a crimson templar gains sneak attack from another source, the bonuses to damage stack. At 3rd level, 6th level, and 9th level, the crimson templar gains a bonus combat feat.
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He must still meet any prerequisites for these bonus feats. At 7th level, he gains the second boon. At 10th level, he gains the third boon. This ability allows the crimson templar to access these boons earlier than with the Deific Obedience or Celestial Obedience feat alone; it does not grant additional uses of the boons once the character reaches the necessary Hit Dice to earn the boons normally. At 4th level, the crimson templar can incinerate unaware evil foes with pure celestial flame.